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Hudson Place Realty
Magnificent Hudson Street Mansion
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d home with custom milled doors, restored ceiling medallions, original inlaid flooring, regal moldings, central vacuum, touch screen home automation and sound system, 4 zone central air conditioning & 10 zone radiant heat.
additional under-counter refrigerator and freezer and secondary prep sink. Additional walk-in pantry and powder room complete the parlor floor. The 3rd floor Master retreat features a sitting room, dressing hall with 5 double closets and laundry center, en suite fitness room and calming master bath;
sides of windows, infusing the home with natural light. The 21st century design conveniently features the kitchen, living & dining rooms on the parlor floor, that suits both elaborate entertaining and a more private, intimate lifestyle. Dramatic double doors lead you to the formal living room replete with
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Christian Rice Architects, Inc.
7 Reviews
Flora Residence
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The performance and perceived heat provided by electric heaters is very dependent on the installation height of the heater.
for the great room. Notice heat lamps.
For back porch - built-in heat lamps
Lighting and built in heat lamp?
porch has heat lamps built into the ceiling. also love the wide open sliding glass
“Open door” — dptercan
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Traditional kitchen and addition
Ideabooks1,398
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most double wall ovens are about 50 inches in height. we usually locate the base of the appliance about 12 inches off of the floor. I this home both the husband and wife are tall so we raised the height a couple of inches. The counter to the left is 36 inches in height.
check oven seal (heat loss) and springs. An oven with a poor seal will heat your kitchen.
Remember to look at the seal on the oven door, how tight is it? Ask about the differences in the seals and springs. Can lose a lot of heat if doesn't seal
lost so much heat that it turned the kitchen into a sauna. The other had a midrange oven that functioned perfectly. The secret: the door. While it’s true that fancy convection settings will go a long way toward cooking your food properly, nothing impacts the cooking process more than the heat itself. So
“I like these double ovens,, also they are off the floor” — allredcookie
Bridgewater
4 Reviews
A Cozy Place for Family Entertainment on Cold Minnesota Nights
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foundation walls were insulated, and HVAC runs created for the family room. Additional heat vents were placed in the crawl space as well, providing a very warm oak floor for the room above – like in-floor heating, but with significant storage. The remodeling design called for the addition and relocation
began with cold floors. An uninsulated crawl space below created a cold floor regardless of floor covering. The original addition’s color scheme was dark and uninviting. Something had to be done. To fix the cold floor problem first the crawl space was excavated and a cement floor poured, creating
foundation walls were insulated, and HVAC runs created for the family room. Additional heat vents were placed in the crawl space as well, providing a very warm oak floor for the room above – like in-floor heating, but with significant storage. The remodeling design called for the addition and relocation
“corner with TV” — schajx
Jeannette Architects
28 Reviews
Kitchen with Private Courtyard outside Glass Garage Doors
Ideabooks6,358
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up the concrete floor slab to heat the home naturally
courtyard as well as solar heat gain into the home, warming
What specific material is used on the floor here? Color please? How has it held up in a kitchen with kids?
warm in the summer. The idea of the doors allows excellent visual connection to the private courtyard as well as solar heat gain into the home, warming up the concrete floor slab to heat the home naturally through the evening hours.
didn't insulate anything but instead used the concept of a Tromb Wall for heat absorption and radiation into the home. By considering this passive solar design technique, we are able to heat the home in the morning and not have to heat the home at night. It works quite well. Thanks for asking... Jeff
“Pool house/outdoor living room” — keowens13
Hoi Ning Wong
My Houzz: Simple Living Inspires Efficient Northern Californian Home
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This home also employs a heat recovery ventilator
and bathrooms) and balances the rest of the house with controlled, filtered air. It can recover up to 90 percent of the heat in the extracted air to heat the incoming air. Because heat from exhaust air is not wasted, the home can save significant energy while achieving maximum air quality and comfort.
Low-VOC paint: Weimaraner, Benjamin Moore; floor tile: Porcelanosa Ferroker Aluminio; floor accent: river rock pebbles; wall tile: Yakarta Blanco, Porcelanosa; tub: Neptune Ruby; plumbing fixtures: Hansgrohe
River rock accent on floor, flooring?, counters?
repeated here. Low-VOC paint: Weimaraner, Benjamin Moore; floor tile: Porcelanosa Ferroker Aluminio; floor accent: river rock pebbles; wall tile: Yakarta Blanco, Porcelanosa; plumbing fixtures: Hansgrohe
“tile edge by grey wall” — killrob1
Excel Builders
15 Reviews
Minneapolis Basement
Ideabooks7,225
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Great space. What type of heated flooring was used?
You mentioned leveling the floor, how was that done?
what kind of floor is that?
We did not heat the floors. There are a couple of walls with a radient heater.
Painted the floor with a low nap roller, the paint was floor paint from Hirschfield’s
How did you finish the floor?
It is, the floor was prepped and painted.
The plate was mounted to the underside of the sub-floor, the rod was screwed into this. The other end of the rod was ran through the track lighting (we had to drill the holes) and then the nut was screwed on the rod to hold in place. You may need to washer and a nut to hold the track lighting in place
black ceiling, lighting and painted floors, with finished walls.
“exposed ceiling” — maynardtl
Bright Common Architecture & Design
5 Reviews
A House of Many Years
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radiant concrete floor
polished concrete floor
oak floor...concrete floor
“floor” — sayamasakai
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